White Lady Lane

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The road known as White Lady Lane goes through the Tetrault Woods between the towns Leroy and Walahalla. Local legend tells of a young girl who became pregnant out of wedlock. Her religious parents forced her to marry the man against her will, and after the wedding, the baby died. The distraught girl hanged herself from a bridge, and her ghost has been seen hanging from the bridge in her wedding dress. The bridge is located down a narrow road off County 9.

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Geographic Information

132nd Ave NE
Leroy, ND
United States

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48.929309980412114, -97.81836783833569
Pembina County, North Dakota
Nearest Towns:
Walhalla, ND (4.5 mi.)
Neche, ND (12.6 mi.)
Cavalier, ND (12.9 mi.)
Bathgate, ND (16.0 mi.)
Mountain, ND (16.8 mi.)
Hensel, ND (18.0 mi.)
Hamilton, ND (18.6 mi.)
Milton, ND (23.3 mi.)
Osnabrock, ND (23.5 mi.)
Crystal, ND (23.9 mi.)


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